John Crichton retired as CEO and president of Nav Canada in January, after leading the company since its inception in 1996. He talked to Aviation Week’s Adrian Schofield about how the company has become one of the most important and innovative air navigation service providers (ANSP) during the past 20 years. Crichton was instrumental in Canada’s move to privatize its ANSPs, one of very few countries in the world to have done so. On his watch Nav Canada has refined the important ...

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